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a long hit of being used for people to express their concerns about various issues and we really facilitate that to the best of our ability. >> a small group of protestors that set up a camp at a second location in oakland not far from frank ogawa plaza. this is near lake merritt. >>> for the second wednesday in a row, "occupy" protestors will protest in walnut creek. they are gathering at 4:00 this afternoon at mount diablo boulevard and north main street in their downtown area. >>> also this afternoon, more protesting in silicon valley. "occupy san jose" plans to march to the federal building downtown. the march starts at 1:00. >>> san jose police have announced a connection between two high-profile shootings in the city and investigators now say a suspect killed in an officer-involved shooting was a gunman who killed two recent san jose state university students. ricardo moreno was fatally shot by an officer after threatening police with a gun. tests have determined the same gun what used two days earlier in the y style killing of eric otokawa and his girlfriend kristina pandu
years old can use them as long as they have parental permission but starting january 1 you will have to be at least 18 to use a tanning bed. ted liu pushed for the bill. >> indoor tanning beds are lethal. the uv rays that they emit are far more dangerous than the sun. they penetrate more deeply and cause deadly melanoma. >> reporter: the tanning bed industry says there is no solid evidence that directly links tanning bed use to skin cancer. the indoor tanning association says up to 10% of its members' customers are under 18 and this will hurt business. state senator ted lieu acknowledges it's popular. snooki changed to spray tans. i don't know if that's consolation. >> very popular. all right. >>> another bill signed by the governor will require insurance companies to provide coverage for autistic children. the bill's opponents say it will increase insurance premiums. but supporters say it will save money in the long run by preparing kids for life as adults. >>> among the governor's other actions, he signed a bill that allows kids 12 and older to get the hpv vaccine without parental
is magic. we go underground and come out someplace new-- just us. i want all of us to see it that way. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> new video of the man behind a shooting rampage in santa clara county. what family members say about the gunman's violent history. >>> and a new crackdown on legal pot clubs in california. why they may be forced to shut down. >>> storm clouds now headed east. high pressure building in. what does it mean for your weekend? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and we have chopper 5 live over the 880/92 connector. we'll have your complete look at your roadways coming up in a few minutes. >>> good morning. it is friday, october 7. i'm elizabeth wenger in this morning for frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. 6:01. >>> well, this morning, employees at a cupertino quarry are expected to be briefed about the shooting rampage they survived. and we are learning this morning some disturbing details about the suspect's history of violence. stephanie chuang is in sunnyvale, where the man was killed by deputies. >> reporter: good morning. as you
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and that it would continue its search using specific tips from the public. >> we have leads. we have detectives an u marshals service on it. we're confident of finding him sooner rather than later. >>> three men were killed. very tragic what happened here. the sheriff's deputies will be here for several hours. >> reporter: area schools were locked down yesterday and students at home were told to stay at home. we are told that the schools should be open today although people should check with their schools, check the websites or call them to make sure. they will be on high alert and there will be increased patrols in the area. >> thank you, stephanie chuang. >>> here's what about shareef allman. he lives in san jose and has two children. he produced content for a local television show on his show real 2 real once interviewing jesse jackson dabbling in discussions of love and passion. shareef also authored a book called amazing grace, about empowering women against domestic violence. >>> meanwhile, people all around the world are mourning a silicon valley legend. apple cofounder steve jobs who lost hi
. -- susan mcginnis, thank you. to recap, she was telling us that nato confirmed that they had an air strike in this hometown the city of sirte where they struck two vehicles. now, they believe they may have hit moammar qaddafi but we are not sure at this points. >> yeah. details are sketchy. hard to get information back but we did have that one picture of "him" and as soon as we get confirmation we'll pass it on. >>> locally now, 603 time, the search is on this morning for air security guard suspected in a workplace shooting at a richmond apartment complex last night. anne makovec joins us from richmond to explain. >>> it was an all-out shooting at this public housing complex in richmond between three security guards all firing at each other. nobody was killed. one man was injured. one man is on the loose considered armed and dangerous. police are still here at the scene after the shooting happened at around 10:30 last night. they are collecting evidence and they are counting the casings, about 50 shots were fired here last night in and around the parking lot. apparently, this all started a
eventually drove away. so she refused to speak with us and still has yet to speak face to face with the protestors here. she was invited to come to the general assembly last night but she was told to wait in line like everybody else and essentially missed her time slot i was told by protestors there last night so she held her press conference and that was with police chief jordan. and she did apologize for what happened on tuesday. and she said that, you know, for that raid that happened and the use of tear gas but she also laid down the law for the protestors who plan to stay here in the plaza. these are some of the requests that she made yesterday. one, she said there needs to be direct communication between the city and the protestors. two, that there needs to be a safe and healthy environment here in the park. that's been a concern and part of the reason for the initial evacuation. three, there needs to be access for safety employees, for firefighters and for emergency teams to get in. also a concern over the past couple weeks. and she has asked them to not camp overnight.
utilities commission and local authorities. they have not given us an estimated time when the railway here is going to be reopened. in the meantime, passengers are being bused over to emeryville to continue on with their rail travel and that is where we find stephanie chuang. she has been talking to some of these passengers who have been severely inconvenienced. stephanie. >> reporter: anne, yeah, they have been stranded here the entire night. now, this is the first stop north of oakland to emeryville. the last two trains headed to sacramento have come through in the last 30 minutes from an oakland yard. and as you mentioned, buses are coming here picking people up from oakland so that they can come and board the trains from here. now, inside the station here at emeryville not boarding those trains are about 12 passengers who have been stuck here all night long. they were supposed to be on the coast starlight train that was involved in the accident. that train headed north to seattle making stops also in portland. it was set to get here at 9:57 last night. of course it never made it. these
" protestors to actually leave. we have live interview with iona johnson who spoke with us before. you said that your ready if police are coming here for you guys? >> yes because i hope they would just come in and join in the protest with us. well, it's not a protest, it's actually a movement. well, we feel like why should we leave? because it's our tax dollars at work. and i pay all my taxes including their salaries. so i would hope they would be a little friendly to who the people are paying their salary to. >> reporter: earlier this week in san francisco, police showed up in riot gear and tore down the tarps and some of the tents. what will you guys do here in oakland if police show up to do the same thing? >> we understand that they are intimidated by this whole thing. change is very hard for everyone but what we want to do is welcome them with open arms but leave your badges at home and see what we are really about before you take orders and make the wrong decision. >> reporter: all right. thank you, i appreciate it, miss johnson. >>> if we could pull up the statement from the city, "
to the street many angry. we had some protestors screaming at us this morning. one of them threw a -- some food wrappers at our videographer's head. a lot of anger out there this morning so police have to keep a tight watch make sure these people don't do any destruction to downtown oakland. >> think it's a little late for that kristy. thank you for joining us this morning. many of the businesses in the area of frank ogawa plaza probably are going to be opening later this morning. >> and it may be a good idea just to avoid the area at least for the next couple of hours especially with a car. let's check in with elizabeth now and get and idea of what traffic is like in the area. >> avoid the area around downtown oakland. it sounds like the hub of where all the action is where all those police barricades are at 14th and broadway by city hall. you can see police out there in full force a lot of police presence still. for the most part it has been peaceful so far. but earlier there were a lot of arrests and obviously police still throughout in riot gear. it's around 2 to 3 blocks around 14th and br
is hanging around us common folk today. he is one of the first in line. stephanie chuang is in los gatos. all right, stephanie. so if he got there yesterday afternoon -- he got there yesterday afternoon, is that right? >> reporter: at noon. he is going on 17 hours out here. and that is of course apple cofounder steve wozniak. thanks for joining me again. >> i can feel the adrenaline. >> reporter: how many times have you lined up for an apple product, six times? >> maybe more. the iphone, iphone 3, 3g s, 3-d -- the 4 -- >> reporter: lots of times. >> the ipad, the second ipad, the white iphone and then the white verizon iphone all those days i was lined up yeah. >> reporter: so more than six. what keeps you coming back? >> the experience -- these products introductions to me as a former technologist are the most important changes in the world and you look at what's important to people's lives and so much technology has taken over from everything else in the world and apple leads the way. every one of these products, of what it has, everybody has to look at and say how can we copy it? they can
of berkeley according to the u.s. geological survey. we have had a lot of different people call our newsroom. they felt it in concord, near san francisco and we had a lot of people posting on our facebook page about this earthquake. >> clifford in san francisco says, it woke him up out of a dead sleep. i imagine that happened to a lot of people. no word yet of any damage but i can tell you we felt it right here in the cbs 5 studio. we were talking about lawrence about ready to toss over to weather and i think grace was speaking and i could feel the anchor desk shaking a little bit and sometimes it does that anyway so i said, no, this isn't right. and i mouthed the word earthquake to lawrence. we found out it was a quake 3.6. you can see it here on this seismograph. the yellow is the earthquake that just happened. is that correct? >> the red. we had two earthquakes last week 3.8 and 4.0 one in afternoon the other in the evening very similar along the hayward fault near uc-berkeley. >> we have a viewer on the phone, dolores lives in castro valley and was apparently woken up by this earthquake.
, deny in us wu, the former president of the immigrant assistance group in chinatown. >>> san leandro police need your help finding a person of interest in a triple homicide. they released this sketch a man described as black, with shoulder length dredlocks, 18 to 21 years old, 150 pounds and 5'7" tall. two teenaged girls and a man were killed at the tattoo party sunday morning. >>> today the east palo alto city council is giving a report on the tragic death of a 6-year- old girl. sioreli torres was struck and killed in a crosswalk last week on bay road as she walked to school. police want to hear from witnesses to the accident as they continue their investigation. the 6-year-old victim will be buried this morning. >>> and tonight the oakland city council will consider tough new measures to crack down on gang violence. among them new injunctions in response to the murder of a 3- year-old boy in a drive-by shooting in east oakland in august. there was a lot of opposition against this but there is a new resolution that would void the original decision. a citywide curfew for youth is als
. there were several other surfers using beach towels to try to stop the bleeding and he was flown all the way to regional medical center of san jose where doctors say the bite wounds were very close to being fatal. >> right here, along the neck, right along what we call the sterno cleido mastoid muscle, the bite missed the carotid artery and jugular scene by about two millimeters. >> the state is posting warning signs of beaches of monterey bay from moss landing to fort ord. >> what is crazy, a lot of times, the surfers go back. just weeks. you were in hawaii and that happened more. >> a scary thing but they loved to surf. nothing will keep them out of the water, right, lawrence? lawrence will be back in the water. >> i used to surf there. in the past tense now. not any more. folks headed around the bay area, dense fog out at the coastline early on. and it is thick. right at the surface. and be very careful on highway 1. and parts of 280 as we're seeing thick fog early on. 40s and 50s across the board by the afternoon, and those temperatures are going to be warming up nicely. some sunshine, a
spike in violence. she joins us with more. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and this latest deadly shooting happening in this neighborhood. we spoke this morning with a witness who says she was standing on that lawn a few feet away from the 18-year-old man who became the victim. he had been standing on that sidewalk with friends when he was shot and killed on the 1700 block of ross circle just before 9:00. the witness says two hooded men walked up to that 18-year-old man demanded to know if he banged, meaning, was he in a gang? he replied no but they shot him and fled. police made no arrests. >> it's absolutely horrifying. everybody here is horrified. nothing like this has happened on this circle. there is no gang members here. you know? but there is -- it's low income neighborhood. you know? and i don't know what the heck is going on. but it's just ridiculous. it's got to stop. >> reporter: last night's shooting the latest in a string of recent homicide. there's also been a spike in officer-involved shootings. six this year, three fatal. the last one was su
't specifically told us where they plan to move n but obviously, they are well under way having moved into this building. and also having taken over three other properties on geary last night. we don't know how many individuals are inside of those buildings. now, police and hotel owners are not yet forcing people to move out of the building. there is a police presence here outside in front of the hotel. but the members of homes not jails are pointing to this building as an example of the problem. this is a hotel that's been vacant for two years now. and they have cited a statistic from the census saying there are approximately 10,000 homeless people in the city on any one day and that there are 30,000 vacant buildings in the city. so why aren't we housing the homeless inside of those buildings? so certainly hope to be able to talk to some of those individuals later and share what they have to say with you when we can. back to you. >> thank you, kristy seifkin. >>> hundreds of protestors spent the night outside oakland city hall. labor unions have joined the protestors who are inspired
24. thanks for starting your day with us. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm frank mallicoat. >>> we begin with a developing story. a young woman paralyzed, several people in the hospital after a bad crash in san francisco. >> two men suspected of drunk driving are behind bars. police say that around 12:30 this morning, the driver of the van ran a red light and rammed into the dodge charger at 10th and howard. police say four out of the six passengers in the dodge were not wearing their seatbelts. a small amount of cocaine was found in the van, as well. holly quan is going to have live report for us here in about 30 minutes. >>> this morning, the u.s. coast guard is searching for a missing kayaker. these are live pictures of -- obviously very dark at this hour but they are still searching for the missing kayaker, 55-year-old thomas gregoire. he was just off pier 80 yesterday afternoon when he disappeared. a witness says he was caught in the wake a tugboat and capsized. so far only his boat and wallet have been found. we'll continue to follow that story. >>> happening right now, urgent resc
time. >>> u.s. supreme court back in session now, justices are expected to consider the legality of the health care reform law. lawsuits have questioned whether requiring people to purchase health insurance is constitutional. and same-sex marriage is among the other issues that may come up this term. the court has already agreed to consider whether police can attach a gps tracker to a car without a warrant. >>> and this is the start of the second week in the l.a. trial of dr. conrad murray. he is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of pop singer michael jackson. murray is accused of giving jackson a lethal dose of propofol and other sedatives. prosecutors are set to continue questioning an e.r. doctor who gave paramedics the permission to pronounce michael jackson dead. >>> 6:06. with the rain coming, lawrence, you think this is fun. >> he gets geeked up. >> he is like a storm chaser. and that is what he gets to do. >> can you guys tell? >> you like the green bands. >> yes, after you said fog and low clouds a million times, the rain gets a little exciting. green sh
of the bay. anser hassan joins us now from san francisco to explain what organizers say is about to happen there. anser, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. "occupy sf" has been watching what happened in oakland and they know they could be next. they were warned of a police raid between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. this morning. 6 a.m. is gone and the "occupy sf" movement is still here. we're joined by a protester who has been here for three weeks a community activists. this 6 a.m. deadline came and wind. what does that mean? you think the police raid could still come? >> yeah. think it could still come tomorrow evening, tomorrow morning. just because we don't see any police action this morning doesn't mean we won't in the next couple of days. >> now, you guys have had altercation with the police in the past. what were your community organizers warning you or advising you to do in case the police did show up this morning? >> well, you know, just to hold our ground and exercise our first amendment rights. we are here peacefully assemblying and we're not leaving. we are going to stay here. we h
again they block off the road. they're taking every precaution here. we'll give us the latest as we get it but again, very fluid, an active scene. >> was it a disgruntled employee? >> reporter: at this point we don't know who it is but it happened at some sort of workplace meeting. so we don't know. >> the gunman is on the loose r there any residents? what's around this kaiser permanente cement plant? >> reporter: you know, there are three to four rock quarries. it's a pretty isolated area. you have to drive up. you kind of go over a hill to get to some of these quarries. we're at a gas station now and we hear there are some homes in the area. it's dark and you can't get much farther than this point. so you have a group of people from different rock quarries. they said they were trying to get to work and they came here. it's all blocked off. a couple of people say they live down the road here. we're not sure how close. >> thank you. >>> the other big story today of course look out your window, it's the weather. we have a big storm that kind of came through and another one that is abre
for two adult males. they say they may have used a dark colored sedan as a get away car. anyone with any information is asked to call pittsburg police. back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> meanwhile protesters and police clashed during occupy san francisco this morning. several people are under arrest. and stephanie chuang is live at the justin herman plaza with the rather violent showdown. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: frank. good morning. this is where the oc fy sf protesters relocated their base camp and they rebuilt it in the last few hours. dozens of people here just getting up now and very calm, but very different, around 10:30 last night, that's when san francisco police showed up in riot gear, and sfpd says it told protesters yesterday they were not allowed to camp at the plaza, and to warn them to leave, but they did not, protesters say they only heard the warning around 9:00 last night and refused to take down the tents so officers came down and took down the tents an put it in the public works truck and protesters tried to block the truck and one of them slashed a
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